Rainbow Terrace
Renovation of Cleveland's inner-city Rainbow Terrace projects, and education program for its low-income residents to use computers.
Louis J. Bader House and Garden
The Louis J. Bader House and Garden in southeast Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon is a 2.5-story single dwelling and garden listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in Tudor Reviv...
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George Felpel House
The George Felpel House is located on NY 9H in Claverack, New York, United States. It is a stone Colonial Revival and Dutch Colonial Revival house built in the 1920s.Its stones are the remnants of Cla...
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Louis Brandeis House
The Louis Brandeis House is a National Historic Landmark on Judges Way, a private way off Stage Neck Road (off Cedar Street) in Chatham, Massachusetts. It stands on a neck of land near the Oyster Pon...
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The Kilns
The Kilns, which may also be known as C. S. Lewis House, is the house on the outskirts of Headington Quarry (where Lewis is buried at Holy Trinity Church) in the village of Risinghurst, Oxford, Englan...
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Court at 732-744 Santa Barbara St.
The Court at 732-744 Santa Barbara St. is a bungalow court located at 732-744 Santa Barbara St. in Pasadena, California. The original court includes three buildings containing five residential units s...
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Heilman Villas
Heilman Villas are located at the corner of Seventh Street and Orange Avenue in Coronado, California and consist of 10 standalone bungalows and one 2-story duplex. The duplex and 6 of the bungalows fa...
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J. C. Carly House
The J. C. Carly House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a historic home located in Curtis Park, Sacramento, California.
James C. Carly was a wealthy real estate developer who...
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Young-Noyes House
Young-Noyes House, also known as the University of Charleston President's House, is a historic home located at Charleston, West Virginia. It was built in 1922 and is a white-painted 15-room brick hou...
Eastcliff (mansion)
Eastcliff is a 20-room house overlooking the Mississippi River in St. Paul, Minnesota, which serves as the official residence of the president of the University of Minnesota system. It was first buil...
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House at 18 Park Street
The House at 18 Park Street, also known as the Clarence A. Van Derveer House, is a historic house at 18 Park Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts. The 1.5 story Craftsman/Bungalow style house was built...
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Schindler House
The Schindler House, also known as the Schindler Chace House, or Kings Road House is a house in West Hollywood, California, 118°22′20″W / 34.086362°N 118.372235°W / 34.086362;...
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Briarcliff (mansion)
Briarcliff was the mansion and estate of Asa Griggs "Buddy" Candler, Jr. (1880–1953), and is now the Briarcliff Campus of Emory University. The estate was built in 1922 on 42 acres on Williams Mill Ro...
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Don Tooley House
The Don Tooley House is a house located in Jerome, Idaho that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It is a work of master stonemason H.T. Pugh and of John Hadam.
Pink House (Kansas City, Missouri)
The Pink House in Kansas City, Missouri is a building from 1922. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 for its architecture.It was designed by architect Mary Rockwell Hook ...
John Stang House
The John Stang House at 629 Columbus Ave. in Sandusky, Ohio was built in 1922. It was designed and/or built by George Feick. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
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Wilford H. Fawcett House
The Wilford H. Fawcett House is a house in Breezy Point, Minnesota, United States, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Wilford H. Fawcett, also known as "Captain Billy", started the b...
H.W. Gates Funeral Home
The H.W. Gates Funeral Home is a historical landmark at 1901 Olathe Blvd in Kansas City, Kansas. Designed by Architect Fred S. Wilson in 1922, it served as the Gates family residence as well as their ...
McDowell House
The McDowell House is a National Register of Historic Places property located in Fountain Inn, South Carolina. The Craftsman style bungalow was built in 1922 by J. B. Wasson for his sister, Quentine W...
Kosy Knook Court
Kosy Knook Court is a bungalow court located at 830 Brooks Avenue in Pasadena, California. The court was constructed in 1922 and designed by G. W. Tombleson. The court includes five identical homes ar...
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Rhodesleigh
Rhodesleigh, also known as the Rhodes Mansion, is a historic residence in Lakewood, Washington. Architects involved in its design included Ambrose J. Russell and Frederick Heath. The house is located ...
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Curwood Castle
Curwood Castle is a small castle, now a museum, located in Owosso, Michigan. Built in 1922 and completed in 1923, the castle was the dream of author James Oliver Curwood, who used one of the turrets a...
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Southworth House (Greenwood, Mississippi)
The Southworth House at 1108 Mississippi Ave. in Greenwood, Mississippi was built in 1922. It was a work of local architect Frank R. McGeoy. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places...
Harnetiaux Court
Harnetiaux Court is a bungalow court located at 48 N. Catalina Avenue in Pasadena, California. Joseph Harnetiaux and his family built the court in 1922. The court consists of eight single-family homes...
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Rainbow Terrace
Rainbow Terrace, now known as Lullwater Estate, is the Mediterranean-style Atlanta mansion built for Lucy Beall Candler Owens Heinz (1882–1962), daughter of Coca-Cola co-founder Asa Griggs Candler. Th...
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Robert Ostertag House
The Robert Ostertag House, in Kansas City, Missouri, was designed by architect Mary Rockwell Hook. It was built in 1922. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, for its archi...
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E.K. Schuetz House
The E.K. Schuetz House is located in Wausau, Wisconsin. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
The house belonged to E.K. Schuetz. It is within the East Hill Residential...
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Kenridge
Kenridge, also known as Colridge, is a historic home located near Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia. It was built in 1922, and is a three-part plan dwelling, consisting of a two-story, five ...